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CES 2015: People Don't Need People -- They Need Gadgets

I went to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week. I was supposed to go with my partner, but we had a fight. I went alone. I saw robots, drones, cars controlled by Smart Watches, but is there a gadget to help relationships? I found it and you won't believe what it was. Read More

A Simple Formula for Getting Noticed & Getting Laughs

Whether you're a speaker, a comedian, a psychologist, or the counter person at a McDonald's -- there's one thing you can do to take all your interactions to the next level, get laughs and get noticed. Read on to find out what that is...Read More

About Bill Cosby: Why Did the Women Wait So Long?

Many people are questioning the truthfulness of the women accusing Cosby of rape asking, "Why did these women wait so long to come forward?” Here's why I can can understand their reluctance... Read More

Childhood Clown Trauma

Anyone else scared of clowns? On my recent vacation, a childhood trauma caused by Bozo the Clown resurfaced, making me wonder if we ever really get past childhood terror. One thing is for sure -- it's good for a laugh. Read More

Speaking Skills: 9 Tips for Writing a Great Introduction

When giving a speech, most people forget to write their introduction. It can be a nightmare if you leave your intro up to the person introducing you. Disaster can happen and you’re going to have to spend the next ten minutes trying to win over an audience that now thinks you’re a nobody. Here’s how to write a great intro… Read More

Judy's Blog

Judy Carter blogs on comedy, storytelling and public speaking techniques, using personal stories and her adventures as a stand-up comic turned motivational public speaker. Her weekly blogs are read by fans of her books, “The Comedy Bible” (Simon and Schuster) and “The Message of You” (St. Martin’s Press), which include comics, speakers, and entrepreneurs. She is also known for teaching the value of humor and storytelling to businesses as a leadership and stress reduction tool.